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FOX News
Apr 8, 2013 1:00am PDT
kim jong-il. the world got a glimpse into the sealed off nation. strong of north koreans lined the route of the funeral procession in a ritual of bizarre mourning. it is unclear if it was genuine or motivated fear. >> people probably understood what would hap perspen if they t show this mourning. >> the state was working over time after his death. they were insuring north koreans did not deviate from official ideology. >> they created the most oppressive society in arguably human history. >> there's a fear of a blackmer said that will show up to your home one day and take you off. >> you say there are tens of thousands of christians in north korea. >> there is an under ground christian church in north korea. christian organizations rank them as the most persecuted church in the world. so we have tens of thousands of christians. >> the cult of personality in north korea is probably liunlik anything we have seen in 20th century. >> most of the regime is making a new cult of personality among this young man kim juong-un. about him little is known. >> we don't even know how old he is.
CSPAN
Apr 15, 2013 10:00am EDT
things on his peninsula. and then his successor, kim jong il, his son, we had years to develop his sense of experience, we had a sense of his limits. we have a new leader now and we do not know to what extent he understand what he is up against, in terms of u.s. and south korean military capabilities. are we on the verge of war? i suspect not. we have not seen any of the outrageous rhetoric we haveexpen from pyongyang matched with major force movements, artillery is not moving up to the front, armored units are not moving around, etc. the possibility of a mistake is there. whenever that possibility exists, you need to prepare for a whole range of possible outcomes. that is why i think the way the haveadministration and rok handled this is good so far. >> i would not quarrel, in essence, with what evans has laid out, certainly a lot to argue for viewing this as something that is somewhat different from what we have seen before. i do find a certain irony that there seems to be almost a wistful nostalgia for kim jong il. [laughter] not to mention that, for grandpa himself, going back
CNN
Apr 12, 2013 12:00am PDT
hostility. there is, however, a blind loyalty to the cult of personality, to the deity, to kim jong-un, to kim jong-il, to kim il-sung, the founder of north korea, and whatever they say, goes. so there's this mixed message. i don't believe there's this hatred of america by the north korean people. >> general clark, you were saying in the break that you actually were personally involved in a previous north korean crisis. tell me about that and tell me, is it always the same, is it always the same pattern? >> they broke out of the nuclear nonproliferation treaty. they had a nuclear reactor and under the international atomic energy agency, you're supposed to allow your spent uranium fuel to be inspected because you're not allowed to reprocess it and enrich it. but they would not allow the inspection. this was like 1993. and we moved right toward a crisis. and we threatened to go to the united nations then, the united states did, and the north said, at that time it was kim il-song and he said if you bring sanctions against us, this is an act of war. we did the war briefings at the white house, we were prepare
PBS
Apr 15, 2013 6:30pm PDT
year later. kim day junk -- kim die junk -- kim dae-jung met with kim jong- il. relations between the two korea's relaxed further. it allowed the first reunion since the korean war. after economic reforms by kim jong-il in the 1990's, the two countries developed the joint economic zone. but in 2006, state television announced that the north had carried out a successful atomic test to the international community condemned the move -- test. the international community condemned the move. in the ensuing six party talks, they attempted to persuade pyongyang to give up its nuclear program in return for aid and diplomatic recognition. the north agreed to end its nuclear program. western nations relaxed their trade sanctions. a year later, pyongyang blew up a cooling tower at the country's main nuclear plant. in 2010, a south korean warship sank close to the country's see border -- to the countries' sea border. early in 2013, the situation worsened further. north korea declared it was in a state of war with the south because of joint military exercises with the u.s. washington said more
PBS
Apr 5, 2013 6:30pm PDT
autocratic kim died in 1994, and power seamlessly transitioned to the next generation, his son, kim jong ill. like father, like son. north korea stepped up its isolation on the world stage. defense spending shot through the roof as millions of ordinary koreans went hungry. many died of starvation. kim jong il wanted to hold onto power at all costs. he was behind north korea's nuclear program and the country's first nuclear tests. the armed forces unconditionally backed him, in part likely because his family was awarded a key military positions. his youngest sister eventually became a general. her husband is a top government adviser and a powerful politician. kim jong il died in 2011, but the next family member was already waiting in the wings -- his oldest son, kim jong un. >> the bank of japan has announced radical measures to spur economic growth. >> it has promised to double its government bond holdings over the next two years. the steps are aimed at increasing the money supply and decreasing inflation. the news sent the nikkei stock index soaring. elsewhere, the bank of england left its main lending rate unchanged. the european central bank in frankfurt also left its rate unchanged. the price of money is 0.75%. the hope is the low rates will encourage businesses to invest in new economic acti
KCSMMHZ
Apr 11, 2013 6:00am PDT
, north koreans will observe the birthday of the nation's founder kim il-sung. they're already marking another event. it's been one year since kim jong-un took other as ruler of the working party. >>> we want north korean officials to sit down with us for talk. kim has kept people guessing ever since he came to power. for many, he remains a mystery. more from nhk world. >> reporter: people outside of north korea knew little of kim jong-un when he took over as leader. more than a year later, they're not sure they know much more. he's appeared in orchestrated events, often with a military theme. he spoke last april at the parade to celebrate what would have been the 100th birthday of his grandfather, the nation's founder kim il-sung. >> translator: we need to strengthen our military, to make north korea a strong and thriving country. >> reporter: kim moved to switzerland when he was still a boy to attend school. some hoped his experience abroad would help him move away from the experience of his father kim jong-il. initially, he showed his softer side. talking to children from around the country. ♪ attending a concert that features knoc
CNN
Apr 12, 2013 1:00am PDT
much predict what his father kim jong-il would have done but in this case, it's a big question mark so while it's music we've heard before, we need to pay attention to that one unknown. >> christiane amanpour, governor huntsman, thank you so much. >> thanks, anderson. >>> just ahead, inside north korea's propaganda machine. we will talk with a documentary film maker who got unprecedented access to an elaborate exercise in mass indoctrination. you've all seen these kind of images. we will tell you the real reason behind them. >>> also tonight, deadly weather that's not over yet. we will show you the damage and where the storms are headed next. director's voice: here we go. from the top. and action for over 75 years people have saved money with gecko so.... director's voice: cut it! ...what...what did i say? gecko? i said gecko? aw... for over 75 year...(laughs. but still trying to keep it contained) director's voice: keep it together. i'm good. i'm good. for over 75...(uncontrollable laughter). what are you doing there? stop making me laugh. vo: geico. saving people money for over seven
Telemundo
Apr 12, 2013 6:30pm PDT
kim jong-il. >>> se vivieron momentos de * terror en la china aborto de un autobÚs cuando el vehÍculo estaba en movimiento y un hombre que estaba en la parte de atrÁs, se acercÓ a la persona que estaba al frente y comenzÓ atacarla, ella se defendiÓ con el bolso de traÍa en la mano y el atacante fue nu tratozado por el chofer que parÓ el vehÍculo y lo de de tef la vÍctima recibiÓ algunas herida leves pero fue llevada al hospital y ya estÁ bien. >>> al regresar en noto telemundo escenas y lo que se espera en el Último reality sho . >>> jenni rivera "la diva de la banda" y los fans tendrÁn una oportunidad Única de verla en sus mejores tiempo cuando des fru tab de la vida, van a ver como estaba el mes previo a su muerte es parte del estreno de ahÍ love jenny que verÁn en mun2 vamos con el reportaje que tiene carlos. >>> estas son algunas de las Últimas extensa no vista que logrÓ filmar jenni rivera antes de morir, la gerente de la cadena mun2 nos dicen en que es basÓ sede situacion de proceder con la tercera temporada de i love jenny. >>> la familia dijo que mi
MSNBC
Apr 12, 2013 2:30am PDT
before. that the -- they simply don't believe what kim jong-un and the north koreans are telling them. they don't believe that there will be war because they say that kim jong-il -- kim jong-un may be erratic, but he's not crazy. he's not irrational and he's not suicidal. if he declares war and goes to war here, it would be the end of him and his country. so people have internalized that and they manage to get through each and every day by kind of compartmentalizing the war and the situation or the potential for war and they've done a very, very good job. they've become chronic, positive thinkers, if you will. >> jim, secretary kerry is also scheduled to visit china. what is beijing's role in all of this and that visit? >> well, beijing's role is absolutely critical. i mean, it's north korea's main ally. the main trading partner. it seems to be on the same page for once with the united states, which is really rare when it comes to frustration, deal with the -- a very erratic kim jong-un. so beijing does have influence. it can turn on the taps of food, of fuel. but the question is, will beijing be willing to do that? it doesn't want to see a collapse of the kim regime
KCSMMHZ
Apr 15, 2013 6:00am PDT
what would have been the 101st birthday of the nation's founder kim il-sung. leader kim jong-un marked the day by visiting his grandfather's mausoleum. >> state-run tv reports kim was accompanied by close aides, including his uncle and mentor. it was kim's first appearance on state media since a session of the north korean parliament two weeks ago. people in neighboring countries fear he'll mark the holiday by ordering the test of a ballistic missile. pictures out of pyongyang send a different message. presidents have laid flowers. at statues of kim il-sung and kim jong-il. >>> north korea's leaders have made repeated threats targeting people in other countries, in spite of repeated calls for restraint. officials in pyongyang escalated tensions after u.n. security council members approved stricter sanctions. they were responding to north korea's third nuclear test. the country's military leaders have issued a series of warnings that they're ready to attack. they threatened to strike targets in the united states, south korea and japan. south korean government officials suspect no
CNN
Apr 8, 2013 11:00pm PDT
recently, and said, look, over the years we developed a kind of relationship with kim jong il, there was provocation and retreat, provocation and retreat. when he ratcheted too far, kim jong-il ratcheted back a little bit. what's new now is they don't know what motivates kim jong-un. nobody really knows, certainly not the united states, has had face-to-face meetings with kim jong-un. what is he trying to prove, if anything, what would he do, who's pulling the strings, does he know when to hold them, when to fold them, so to speak. >> we'll soon find out. thanks very much. ambassador chris hill, thanks to you, as well. >> thank you. >> thank you. >>> in a minute i'll speak with the former united states ambassador to china, jon huntsman and ask whether a new harder line from china will do any good in this crisis unfolding. the american dream is of a better future, a confident retirement. those dreams have taken a beating lately. but no way we're going to let them die. ♪ ameriprise advisors can help keep your dreams alive like they helped millions of others. by listening. planning. workin
Comedy Central
Apr 2, 2013 11:00pm PDT
jong-il's boy up here? >> kim jong-un warned his forces are ready to as he put it "settle accounts with the united states." >> look past the picture of kim jong-un. there's a chart with missile trails aiming at hawaii, california, d.c. and for some reason austin, texas. [ laughter ] >> jon: you are going to blow up austin, texas. what are you just trying to get the rest of texas. it on your side? [laughter] or -- are you trying to get the rest of texas on your side? or did they reject your indi film little miss unshine. is that what you are mad about? all right. nice legs. old kim is trying to scare us a little bit. the bombing austin thing undercuts but what snels. >> this showing north korean military leaders looking at a computer that looks pretty antiquated. >> jon: let me stop you right there. it doesn't look antiquated it looks like a harpsicord with a panic button. planning to start a nuclear war or play nights in what satin, wow, am i old. i thought that would land there but perhaps the audience was thinking well that was actually not on a hardsichord. that's why we didn't
FOX News
Apr 2, 2013 12:00pm PDT
include -- inscreesingly churned about what kim jong-un, kim the younger, might do next. >> shepard: let's bring in an adviser to north korea during the clinton administration and has been to that country, met with kim jong-il before he died and lil' kim took over. i've read this script many times, reported on this, and other cycles, years ago, and decade ago, and here we are again. >> absolutely. north korea is doing the same thing they tried to do. they're ratcheting up the pressure. this is part of an attempt to distract benefits from the international community. i think it's always something they want to do as kim to consolidate his power internally, and by creating a war footing, he is basically creating greater controls on the internal population by saying that a state of war exists. and so this is not good news. it's something we need to be concerned about. >> there's a cycle here. it repeats itself. do you have a sense -- any idea how we might break the cycle? >> well, i think right now we have to realize, stepping back here, that this is in a sense ia third test. they did a missile test in december anxious nuclear test in february. this is a test of international resolve. we have new governments in china,
CNBC
Apr 1, 2013 1:00pm EDT
sense was with kim jong il who was the father of kim jong un, and the north korean diplomatic core that they cooled down a little bit. they didn't get bellicose after that. the problem is that they have not responded positively to entreaties from the six party countries. the key player here is china. china has leverage. they provide food, fuel. but i don't think china is helping much in terms of putting pressure on the north koreans to tamp down their rhetoric and cool their nuclear development. >> i want to get to that question. you said you were there two and a half years ago. but you were there within the last two months with famouslier rick schmidt, a business executive. did you get any kind of access like dennis rodman got to this guy? >> no. rodman got a lot better access than myself and eric schmidt. we got access to high level officials in the foreign ministry and other areas, but we didn't meet kim jong un. i don't think they want to meet with officials. i think they want to hide him for a while. what is happening two and a half years ago? i did not meet with kim jong il a
CNN
Apr 11, 2013 1:00am PDT
, have suggested two dates that could be significant. april 11th, that's the anniversary of kim jong-un's arrival and power, if you will, in pyongyang. also, april 15th, that's the 100th birthday or birthday of kim il-sung, the founder of north korea. these dates are important. how worried should we be about these days? >> we should be worried because they always do something dramatic on those dates. on birthdays. on anniversary deaths. they had many of them around the deity, around the father and the son. and the founder, kim il-sung. so, what you want is to watch very closely, what their intentions are. in the end, i think it's important for everybody to keep cool. the biggest damage here is a misjudgment, a miscalculation on the yellow sea. naval vessels, at the border. you mentioned at the dmz. i think the u.s. military is playing it positively, well, basically saying, there's going to be a response, a cost, if there is an aggressive action. and that's all we can do. i think there's an internal game, possibly a power struggle in north korea, with the young leader, not necessarily fielding his oats. but uncertain where to go. >> you were there, i was there with you for six days in december 2010, when
CNN
Apr 9, 2013 1:00am PDT
the and said look, over the years, we have developed a kind of relationship with kim jong il. there was provocation and retreat. when he rached too far, he ratchet a little bit back. what's new now, they don't know what motivates kim jong-un. nobody knows, certainly not the united states, has had face to face meetings with kim jong-un. what is he trying to prove. what is his aim? did he know when to hold them and when to fold them? so to speak. >> christiane amanpour, thank you very much. and ambassador chris hill, thank you. >>> in a minute i'll speak to the jon huntsman. upside down. >> hi. >> hi. you know, i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. >> you just read my mind. >> announcer: just one little piece of information and they can open bogus accounts, stealing your credit, your money and ruining your reputation. that's why you need lifelock to relentlessly protect what matters most... [beeping...] helping stop crooks before your identity is attacked. and now you can have the most comprehensive identity theft protection available today... lifelock
KCSMMHZ
Apr 10, 2013 6:00am PDT
action. >> reporter: lochlear adds the north's young leader, kim jong-un, has a different approach from his predecessors, his father, kim jong-il, and his grandfather, kim il-sung. they at least made sure they had an exit strategy. but locklear says kim jong-un appears not to have the means to cool down the tensions, and this makes it harder to predict what will happen next. takafumi terui, nhk world, tokyo. >>> the north koreans' actions havee created a guessing game for people in the asia pacific region and the world. experts are trying to read between the lines and determine if the north's leaders intend to back up their threats with action. one such expert is gordon flay, who's been watching the region for decades and is the executive director of the maureen and mike mansfield foundation in washington. what is your take on the u.s. evaluation of the threats from north korea? how serious are they taking their threats? >> well, the obama administration has a very difficult task. they need to, on the one hand, balance the need to reassure allies in south korea and japan and reassure the publics in those countries well as the americ
CNN
Apr 11, 2013 10:00pm PDT
you then deescalate a situation like this. you can pretty much predict what his father kim jong-il would have done but in this case, it's a big question mark so while it's music we've heard before, we need to pay attention to that one unknown. >> christiane amanpour, governor huntsman, thank you so much. >>> just ahead, inside north korea's propaganda machine. we will talk with a documentary film maker who got unprecedented access to an elaborate exercise in mass indoctrination. you've seen these kind of images. we will tell you the real reason behind them. >>> also tonight, deadly weather that's not over yet. we will show you the damage and where the storms are headed next. heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. introducing bbm video with screen share. hey aleigh. hey! carol! update on 171 woodward..... let's other people see what's on your screen. and these are the material studies. the dog was my suggestion. aleigh. aleigh! it's great. bu
CNN
Apr 11, 2013 5:00pm PDT
deescalate a situation like this. you can pretty much predict what his father kim jong-il would have done but in this case, it's a big question mark so while it's music we've heard before, we need to pay attention to that one unknown. >> christiane amanpour, governor huntsman, thank you so much. >>> just ahead, inside north korea's propaganda machine. we will talk with a documentary film maker who got unprecedented access to an elaborate exercise in mass indoctrination. you've seen these kind of images. we will tell you the real reason behind them. >>> also tonight, deadly weather that's not over yet. we will show you the damage and where the storms are headed next. e you without the suit. well, this is my weekend suit. weekend getaways just got better. well, enjoy your round! alright, thanks! save a ton on our best available rate when you book early and feel the hamptonality. are proven to be effective pain relievers. tylenol works by blocking pain signals to your brain. bayer advanced aspirin blocks pain at the site. try the power of bayer advanced aspirin. >>> welcome back. our br
CNN
Apr 11, 2013 7:00pm PDT
this. you can pretty much predict what his father kim jong-il would have done but in this case, it's a big question mark so while it's music we've heard before, we need to pay attention to that one unknown. >> christiane amanpour, governor huntsman, thank you so much. >>> just ahead, inside north korea's propaganda machine. we will talk with a documentary film maker who got unprecedented access to an elaborate exercise in mass indoctrination. you've seen these kind of images. we will tell you the real reason behind them. >>> also tonight, deadly weather that's not over yet. we will show you the damage and where the storms are headed next. hey, it's sara. i'm going pro. i've been using crest pro-health for a week. my dentist said it was gonna help transform my mouth. [ male announcer ] go pro. for a clean that's up to four times better, try these crest pro-health products together. [ sara ] i've been using crest pro-health. so far...it feels different. [ male announcer ] crest pro-health protects not just some, but all these areas dentists check most. my mouth feels healthier. i
KCSMMHZ
Apr 2, 2013 6:00am PDT
states and neighboring countries. kim jong-un's father, the late kim jong-il, has long wanted north korea to become a full-fledged nuclear power. he believed it would help strengthen his country's negotiating position with the u.s. but authorities in pyongyang have always insisted the nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. north korean scientists intends for their work in the mid 1980s. the u.s., south korea, japan, and other nations demanded full access to nuclear facilities. but north korean officials refused. they ignored international protests and in 1994 instrutted scientists to extract plutonium from spent fuel rods. the six-party talks began in 2003 with the goal of halting the north's nuclear development. the north koreans agreed in 2007 to dismantle nuclear facilities at nyongbyon. international atomic energy inspectors confirmed the same year that crews had stopped operating the reactor. by then, former iaea inspector david albright estimated the country already possessed as much as 50 kilograms of plutonium. however, the north koreans might have used up some of their s
FOX
Apr 15, 2013 6:00am PDT
table, kyla? >> reporter: kim jong il continues his threats to bolster north korea's nuclear program. they started celebrating a three day holiday and some feared he would launch a missile today and john kerry spent the past three days meeting with officials in south korea and japan as well as allied china and kerry is hoping they can convince kim jong il to stop the nuclear weapons and not just for them but for the sake of the korean peninsular. >> it will affect everyone engaged in nonproliferation efforts -- proliferation efforts -- nonproliferation effort. >> i will have more update when i see you next, kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> they could vote on a bill expanding background checks for gun buyers. supporters do not know if they have enough votes to pass it and right now only three republican senators are on record saying they will vote for the bill. the other big issue is immigration reform. tomorrow the so called gain of 8 will reveal their plan and it includes a path for citizenship for undocumented immigrants here in the u.s. >>> they are costing the city
CNN
Apr 3, 2013 1:00pm PDT
in north korea, some of kim jong-il. and he did that. he is doing that with the military. this is not unexpected. the difficulty is we, the united states and all the other nations can read the capabilities. we've never been good at reading their intentions. >> and u.s. officials say they're not seeing any unusual military movements along with this. does this mean it's all rhetoric? >> it's completely rhetoric right now based on what we can see in north korea. and we have capabilities to read what the north is doing. what we don't do a good job is ever penetrate the working government, if you will. o better understand their intentions, you have to be inside. we don't have that type of inside look. we can look at the capabilities and say there is no increased capability that we see. what we see are video clips. we see bluster. that must be taken seriously based on the contest. >> thank you so much for joining us. coming up, we worry it's not worth the hefty price tag? what if a billionaire agreed to buy it back from you in three years? that's our money lead. and it's next. what's droid-
FOX News
Apr 14, 2013 7:00am PDT
of kim jong il's grandfather, the founder of of the desperate nation and it could be the day that kim jong un orders the missiles fired. secretary of state kerry meeting with the chinese and japanese leaders as they continue on sunday morning to defy the world. december fite efforts, pyongyang released a new video. it shows them attacking with us nuclear missiles. it seems, though, they thought that arkansas was colorado. they apparently seem to attack los angeles. new york. as well as hawaii. good morning. welcome to america's news headquarters. >> jamie: great to see you. >> eric: great to be with you. >> jamie: that is what they threatened to do. keep a close eye on that this hour. i'm jamie colby. great to have you here. secretary of state kerry, we have been reporting affirming that china and japan will work together to rid north korea of nuclear weapons. the secretary saying that the u.s. is willing to reopen the talks if the regime were to abide by previous agreements on the nuclear program. listen. >> the united states and the other countries i met with in the last two day
CNN
Apr 12, 2013 10:00am PDT
of what he just might be capable of. brian todd has a look at kim jong-un and his family dynamic. >> reporter: how did we end up with such a young dictator menacing the world? it's a twisted tale of a third son born analysts say to kim jong-il's mistress. kim jong-un reported to have been pampered as a young man, sent to boarding school in switzerland, developed an affinity for james bond and the nba hence the recent dennis rodman visit. he spent virtually no time in north korea's army when his father elevated him to a general's rank in 2010. that was one of the first signs kim had leapfrogged his two older brothers. why? on the eldest believed to be about 41. >> kim jung nam made the mistake of taking his playboy lifestyle abroad and arrested in 2001. and the japanese police spent hours and hours with him, which means the cia and other intelligence services learned a lot about him. >> reporter: he's a gambler, lives in macaw, speaks to journalists too much for the family's liking. >> they can't kill him, but they can't let him run the country. he's not a reliable vehicle for the propaganda. >> reporter: then the mysterious middle brother. local media showed this photo claiming it was him at an eric clapton concert about two years ago
NBC
Apr 1, 2013 5:30pm PDT
video from late 2011, the funeral of kim's father, kim jong il. the hearse surrounded by his hand-picked successors. since then nearly all have fallen from favor except kim jong un. the world's last stalinist state talking war to stay in power. pyongyang's secrecy makes the old soviet kremlin look transparent. north korea appears to want to pick a fight. the u.s. says if it comes to that it's ready. brian? >> richard engel starting us off with what it's really like these days in seoul, south korea. richard, thanks. >>> a stunning new assessment of national numbers came out today. it got the attention of a lot of us. it's about attention deficit, adhd and the extraordinary number of cases now being diagnosed. like one in five high school age boys in the u.s. 15% of all school age boys. 11% of all kids in our nation. these numbers show a 16% rise in cases just since 2007. all of it is leading to questions about whether adhd is being overdiagnosed and whether the medicine to treat it is being overused. our report tonight from our chief science correspondent robert bazell. >> reporter
CNN
Apr 5, 2013 2:00pm PDT
, we had a relationship of sorts with the founder, kim song il. with kim jong-un we had some relationship of his life. but this is new. >> this raises an important issue, fareed, because the u.s. has terrific technical information, satellite, intercepts, that kind of stuff, but not necessarily good insight into what is going on with the 28 or 29 or 30-year-old young leader in north korea. >> wolf, when you talk to senior u.s. officials, te really know nothing about what's going on in north korea. it's a black box. we haven't had diplomats this, of course, we haven't had much of a presence in terms of the cia. we don't understand the society. the this is true not just of north korea, it's true of iran. the u.s. has real difficulty understanding these rogue regimes, because we don't talk to them. >> hold on, guys, we have more to talk about amongst ourselves. up next, kim jong-un's leadership has been questioned. is someone else really running the show behind the scenes? new information coming in. >>> a closer look at north korea's arsenal reveals it may not be the weapons that
KCSMMHZ
Apr 11, 2013 5:30pm PDT
abroad would persuade him to move away from the policies of his father, kim jong il. initially he showed a softer side, talking to children across the country. attending a concert that featured disney characters. often with his wife at his side. gradually, though, kim changed his tonement he made it clear that he would maintain the military first policy of his father. in december, north korean authorities launched what they called a rocket to put a satellite into orbit. but most countries agree what they fired off was a ballistic missi missile. then two months later -- >> translator: we've just succeeded in our third nuclear test. >> reporter: kim went ahead with another nuclear test, defying leaders from around the world. and he wasn't done. >> translator: will nullify the 1953 armistice that ended the korean war. >> reporter: kim announced his military was ready to attack u.s. targets. he said he was tired of foreign leaders telling him what to do. trnls the more they threaten us, the more we'll ten to obtain nuke cheer arms. >> reporter: those leaders have spent the past year trying t
CNN
Apr 3, 2013 2:00pm PDT
. standby, barbara starr as well. we're also speaking with madeline albright. she met with kim jong-il, what she has to say is coming up. meanwhile in the united states, president obama is taking his push for gun control on the road once again. right now he's at the scene of two horrific massacres. columbine high school in 1999 and last year in aurora. the president has met with victims of both shootings. we'll have live coverage of that once he starts going. meanwhile, let's bring in jessica yellin on the scene for us in denver. are we getting any indication of what the president has to say? >> wolf, we are. he is going to highlight the tough new gun safety laws. and he'll make the case, according to sources in a state like colorado that has a long frontiered twra digs of gun owner ship can pass the laws, then so can congress. colorado passed the new laws last month that show universal background checks. they make gun owners pay for the cost of the background checks and limit magazine clips to 15 rounds. and the president is due out here any minute. i think he's still in that meeting with l
Comedy Central
Apr 10, 2013 11:30pm PDT
. >> that madeleine albright gave to kim jong-il that is signed by michael jordan. that's why they love the bulls, the chicago bulls, michael jordan era. >> stephen: i love the chicago bulls, too. is there any chance i'm a totalitarian leader. >> we figured they loved the bulls, we could send them over and maybe he would show up. did he and he invited everybody back to dinner. >> stephen: you've been there, what is the experience like? is it can be stay at peace are are we going to war? >> my guess would be peace. they do a lot of sab be raying to get what they want which is food, energy. they've done this in the past. it's like going back to stalin in rush shah or maoist china. they are a fully utopian communist state that is at war with us ideologically. >> stephen: you go to places like forced labor camps. >> yes. >> stephen: you good to war zones or sexual slavery dens. why do you want to get mixed up with something as seedy as broadcast journalism? [laughter] why do tv why do tv if you have an empire online. that is where it's at at the internet. >> hbo is the gold standard. >> stephen
ABC
Apr 15, 2013 4:00am EDT
jong-il. the celebratory mood comes as the north's new musudan missile keeps the region on edge. keeping the sand op hot, the government doubled down on the threat. promising all-out war and more higher-quality nuclear weapons. over the week ends, john kerry said there's still hope for peace. >> the united states will do what is necessary to defend our allies, japan, the republic of korea and the rege yan against these provocations. our choice is to negotiate. >> reporter: the north has rejected offers for peace talks, calling it a cunning ploy. to many south koreans, this is a familiar pattern. on sunday, psy drew huge crowds for a concert, defying the looming threat. u.s. and south korean officials believe kim jong-un could cause problems for a long time. >>> staying in washington. the gun control debate is waiting for votes. there's a new bipartisan deal gaining strength. two republicans might support the deal for background checks. that support after a mother of a boy killed at sandy hook delivered tdeliver ed the president's weekly address. >> sometimes i close my eyes. all
KCSMMHZ
Apr 5, 2013 2:30pm PDT
shot through the roof as millions of ordinary koreans went hungry. many died of starvation. kim jong il wanteteteteteteteteteteteteteteteteteteteteteted d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d cos behind north korea's nuclear program and the country's first nuclear tests. the armed forces part kekekekekekekekekekekekekekekekekekekekekely because his familwawawa a key military posititititihis entually became a general. her husband t government viviser and a. kim m jong died in 2011, but the next family me fmbmbmeer w w in n n n thththththththththththe e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e his oldest son, kim jong un. >> the bank of japan has announced radical measures to spur economic growth. >> it has promised to double its government bond holdings over the next two years. the steps are aimed at infnfnflalation.. the news sent the nikkei stock index soaring. elsewhere, the bank of england left its main lending rate unchanged. the european central bank in frankfurt also left its rate unchanged. the price isthe hope is the low rates will enco
CNN
Apr 15, 2013 2:00am PDT
vowing to protect america's allies. earlier today north korean leader kim jong-un made what is believed to be his first public appearance in two weeks. here he is, it includes visiting the mausoleum where his grandfather, kim il-sung and his father kim jong-il lie in state. jim clancy has the latest from seoul, south korea. jim. >> reporter: brooke, john, yes, there were major celebrations going on this day in north korea to mark the 101st birthday of kim il-sung, the founding father of north korea. kim jong-un emerged from two weeks of absence. he appeared to be flanked by members of his military as he visited the glass encased coffins of his grandfather and his father to pay what the north koreans said was the humblest of respects. meantime, in south korea, people got up, had breakfast and went to work and opened up the newspaper. it wasn't kim jong-un on the cover, no, it was psy and the release of his new single. the media here came under a little criticism because of the way that they have described these lavish celebrations in north korea at a time when so many people there are hungry. the north koreans lashed out at them saying that it was not at all the kind of thing that they should be saying on a day lik
CNN
Apr 7, 2013 9:00am PDT
say that young 29-year-old kim jong-un is further trying to consolidate his power among the central military commission, among the political elite. you remember when his father, kim jong-il tried to consolidate his power, he blew a south korean plane out of the sky killing a good number of members of the south korean cabinet. this is typical when it comes to a leader in north korea. remember the kim family trying to consolidate power and therefore should come as no surprise. but layer on top of that, candy, the idea you have new leaders throughout the region. you have president park from south korea. took a very hardline against north korea. president park just ran on a more conciliatory policy. so now she's having to turn things around. is she prepared to deal with this and her new cabinet? you've got xi jinping, the new leader of china, who is somewhat untested in his particular realm being new to power and head of the central military commission. you've got a new leader shinzo abe in japan, although he's around for a second time although he's more nationalist mode and he is going to want to show japan isn't willing to back down. >> so new people everywhere as well as a new
ABC
Apr 15, 2013 3:00am PDT
completely silent. right up there, kim jong-il and his son, kim jong-un. going to come out and watch. the goal of all of this was purely political. introduction of the heir apparent to the kim family dynasty, kim jong-un. out and about in the capital, no one seemed to know much about kim jong-un. do you know what his age is? what he is like? it seemed the young general was everywhere we went from stadiums to the public squares, but never uttered a word. we should point out when kim jong-il's father named him as heir apparent in 1980 it wasn't until 12 years later that he first spoke in public. so for those anxious to hear from the next leader of the kingdom, sit tight, it could be a while. you should know north korea has long turned its lights off at night because of a shortage of electricity. if you looked at the satellite view you can see the lights are elsewhere. compare this trip to the last one i was on. there is actually more lights out at night than before. maybe something is changing. also remember, three days ago there were almost no pictures of kim jong-un, heir apparent. b
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